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Discovering Punta Sabbioni

Your day in Punta Sabbioni, among sun, beach, sea and pine forest

A must-see destination for anyone staying in Cavallino Treporti is Punta Sabbioni, with its wide beach of fine golden sand stretching for about 2 kilometres, protected by a lush pine forest, the lighthouse and the dam named after.


Situated at the southern end of the Cavallino Treporti coastline, Punta Sabbioni beach is the perfect place to relax with a book under a sun umbrella or sunbathe kissed by the warm rays of the sun, while the little ones play in complete freedom, between sandcastles and dives into the sea.più piccoli giocano in assoluta libertà, tra castelli di sabbia e tuffi in mare.

Recognised for years as a Blue Flag beach, Punta Sabbioni is in fact the beach most appreciated by families for its width and gentle slope towards the sea, but also for those who wish to spend a day at the beach in the company of their four-legged friends, since it is the only beach where dogs are also allowed to swim..

Although it is a free beach, there are also dedicated services for renting sun umbrellas and sunbeds. There is no shortage of opportunities for the more active, including windsurfing, sup and canoeing schools, beach volleyball and bowling courts, yoga classes by the sea and a pedal boat rental service.
There are also a number of kiosks and bars where you can have lunch with tasty sandwiches and salads or regenerate with a refreshing break with ice cream or granita.

You can access the beach from the Lungomare Dante Alighieri (access no. 1), from Via Pealto (access no. 6) or alternatively by crossing the Marina di Venezia campsite.


If you walk along Punta Sabbioni beach to its end, you can reach the stone dyke delimiting the Venice-Lido harbour mouth, a favourite spot for fishing enthusiasts, and overlooked by the Punta Sabbioni lighthousewhich, with its pagoda shape painted in black and white chequered patterns, is the reference point for boats in transit to the Venice lagoon.

From here, you can choose to walk up the Dante Alighieri promenade to the Punta Sabbioni landing stage, an ideal starting point for those wishing to take advantage of the frequent sea connections to reach Venice and its islands by boat, only ten kilometres away.

During your walk you will also catch a glimpse of the famous MOSE, the system of mobile dams built to protect Venice from high water.